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If you do not know your Representative or Senators, click here:Members of U.S. Congress
Otherwise, this will be a useful link for folks who want to contact Senators and Representatives in Washington to tell them no vouchers, no premium supports and no privatization.
You can also use this site to send a fax to your member of Congress
If you are receiving Social Security Disability benefits, White House Budget Director Mick “Freedom Caucus” Mulvaney would like you to know that he considers you a moocher and your disability to be something you’ll just have to deal with. When asked about SSDI, Mulvaney described it as a “welfare program for permanent — for the…
via Mick Mulvaney Hopes Fewer People Get Social Security Disability Benefits — Latest from Crooks and Liars
Budget Proposal Includes Deep Cuts to Health Care, Disability Insurance, Food Assistance and Massive Tax Breaks for Billionaires and Corporations The following statement was issued by Richard Fiesta, Executive Director of the Alliance for Retired Americans, regarding President Trump’s fiscal 2018 budget proposal. “President Trump has betrayed America’s seniors. His White House staff claims that…
via Trump’s Promise Not to Cut Social Security Broken — Retired Americans
The President’s promise not to touch Social Security was officially revealed to be a sham today. Trump’s proposed 2018 budget slashes $64 billion from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Some media outlets have let the President off the hook by saying the budget does not cut Social Security benefits. This headline from Fox Business News is typical, even in…
via Trump Budget Shatters President’s Promise on Social Security, Medicaid — Entitled to Know
Most Americans were shocked and disturbed when Raúl R. Labrador, a Republican Congressman, said, “Nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care.” Most people would like to think that such a comment would be an anomaly, but then we remember that Todd Akin, who tried to convince us that there was such a thing as “Legitimate Rape,” was also a GOP Congressman. Maybe extreme thoughts and ideas are not outliers in the Republican party. Perhaps harsh and cruel are at the core of the GOP agenda for America. The party has certainly given America plenty of reasons to think that is the case.
Now, the Senate Republicans are working on healthcare. When what they might do is taken with what House Republicans have already approved and what 45 is proposing in his budget, America’s vulnerable populations (women, children, seniors, working class and poor) are in trouble if the GOP gets its way.
Americans who desire a just and fair healthcare policy will get a chance to vote for leaders who support such a policy in 2018 and 2020. Now, the only recourse is to contact members of Congress and ask them to #ProtectOurCare!
Letter to the Editor of the East Hampton Star. May 18, 2017, by Peggy Backman In a recent op-ed in an online newsletter, congressman Zeldin tries to answer what he calls lies about the work-in-progress Trumpcare. However, he fails to mention that many of the problems he sees in the current Affordable Care Act (or […]
via Australians have “better health care than we do”! — Resist and Replace
Printed in the Three Village Times Herald this week: Thank you Rep. Lee Zeldin for voting “yes” for Trumpcare in the U.S. House of Representatives. This bill slashes insurance subsidies, makes drastic cuts to Medicaid, guts pre-existing condition protection, de-funds planned parenthood and makes insurance less comprehensive. The bill was passed without holding any hearings or giving the bi-partisan Congressional Budget Office time to […]
via Thanks for Voting for Trumpcare, Mr. Zeldin! — Resist and Replace